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Senior Development Engineer - 3-6 Months Contract
Location - Cheadle, Staffordshire
Overview of the role:
An opportunity has arisen for an experienced Senior Development Engineer to join the product engineering department working on exciting and challenging vehicle programmes. This is working on some of the most technologically advanced off highay vehicle products.
Your Responsibilities as a Senior Development Engineer:
- Leading test and development programmes to support new product introduction and sign-off.
- System specification, development and diagnosis
- Creation of development test procedures and customer acceptance standards.
- Carrying out machine testing, on- and off-site where appropriate. This may include specific test facilities or real-world agricultural applications.
- Compilation of test and development reports.
- Problem analysis and the proposal of design solutions.
- Design, commissioning and operation of test rigs.
- Fitting, calibration and operation of instrumentation as required.
- Ideally degree or HND qualified in Mechanical or Agricultural Engineering
- Preferably at least 5 years experience in a vehicle development role
- Good experience with agricultural / off highway / construction vehicles
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